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...odels fit into my preference of the interactive reading model. The students need to learn literacy at the correct developmental level. In order to keep scaffolding with the interactive reading model you have to find what their reading readiness level is and set the correct scope and sequence of skills. Teachers also need to be aware that there has to be progress, and that certain students learn differently. When using emerging literacy into my model I need to find out what the student’s background knowledge is on reading, print, and what they want to read about. This helps them stay engaged and constantly gives them opportunity to grow and challenge themselves at their appropriate literacy level. Both reading readiness, and emergent literacy go hand in hand and provide a wide array of scaffolding within the scaffolding and building of the interactive reading model.
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